Eastern Shoshone Tribe

3rd Annual Wyoming Native American Education Conference Next Week [AUDIO]
3rd Annual Wyoming Native American Education Conference Next Week [AUDIO]
Three Wyoming auto dealerships are now cleared to sell natural-gas powered vehicles. Doug Randall reports. The Wyoming Department of Education invites schools across Wyoming to participate in the upcoming third annual Wyoming Native American Education Conference in Riverton later this month. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Wind River Tribes Spar in Bald Eagle Suit [AUDIO]
Wind River Tribes Spar in Bald Eagle Suit [AUDIO]
The federal government's preliminary environmental assessment of a proposed pipeline for transporting natural gas liquids in the west is ready for review. Doug Randall has the details.  In legal papers, the Eastern Shoshone tribe asserts that its members have closer ties to the Wind River Indian Reservation than do members of the other tribe that lives there, the Northern Arapaho. Click past the
Judge Allows Challenge to Eagle Killing [AUDIO]
Judge Allows Challenge to Eagle Killing [AUDIO]
A federal judge is allowing the Eastern Shoshone Tribe to challenge the Northern Arapahoe tribe's plan to kill Bald Eagles on the reservation they share in central Wyoming. Amy Richards has details. A new report shows 91,000 people in Wyoming receive Social Security every month, with an annual average benefit of about $13, 000 a year. Click past jump to  listen to Wyoming Radio News.